Ashley Yaugher

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Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor | Health and Wellness | HEART Initiative Coordinator & Team Lead | Carbon & Emery Counties


Ashley Yaugher

Contact Information

Office Location: Carbon and Emery Counties
Phone: (435) 636-3276
Email: ashley.yaugher@usu.edu
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Educational Background

PhD, Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University, 2017
Risk-Taking Behaviors and Impulsivity in Emerging Adults Born Prematurely
MS, Psychology, (Clinical Psychology), Texas A&M University, 2013
Ambulatory Monitoring and Psychopathy: Sleep Study
BA, Psychology, California State University, Fresno, 2011
Exploring Impulsivity and Inhibition in Intermittent Explosive Disorder and Psychopathy
BS, Criminology, (Forensic Behavioral Science), California State University, Fresno, 2011
Exploring Impulsivity and Inhibition in Individuals with Traits of Intermittent Explosive Disorder and Psychopathy

Licensures & Certifications

Master Remote Work Leader, Rural Online Initiative - USU Extension, 2020
Licensed Psychologist, DOPL, 2019
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) , Four Corners Community Behavioral Health, 2018
Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Training (SAPST), Utah Department of Substance Use and Mental Health, 2018
Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper Instructor for Suicide Prevention, Hope 4 Utah, 2017
Psychology Resident, Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, 2017
Academy of Future Faculty Certificate Program (OGAPS & CTE), Texas A&M University, 2016

Biography

Dr. Ashley Yaugher is a Health & Wellness Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor and HEART Initiative Coordinator. Ashley earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M University.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Ashley Yaugher is interested in teaching a range of topics from general health and wellness to psychology and statistics. Ashley enjoys traditional (classroom) and non-traditional (community) education.

Research Interests

Dr. Ashley Yaugher is interested in a range of research topics from general health and wellness to psychology and substance use disorders. Ashley enjoys researching impulsivity, at-risk groups, and psychopathology.

Awards

Epsilon Sigma Phi Western Distinguished Team Award, 2020

Epsilon Sigma Phi (National)

Distinguished Team Award (HEART Initiative), 2020

Epsilon Sigma Phi IOTA Chapter (ESP, Utah)

Diversity Team Award (Informing the National Narrative: Stories of Utah’s Opioid Crisis; HEART Team), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Family Health & Wellness Award (Tribal and Rural Opioid Initiative), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Innovative Program Individual Award (Ashley Yaugher, Carbon & Emery Opioid & Substance Use Coalition), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Innovative Program Team Award (HEART Initiative), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Innovative Program Team Award (Master Health Volunteer Program), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Marketing/Public Relations Team Award (HEART Beat Newsletter), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Peer Recognition Award (Ashley Yaugher), 2020

Utah Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science (UEAFCS)

Outstanding Quarterly Member of the Utah Rural Opioid Healthcare Consortium (UROHC) , 2019

Utah Rural Opioid Healthcare Consortium (UROHC), HRSA Grant


Publications | Fact Sheets

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Publications | Curriculum

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Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

    Professional Journal

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    Publications | MultiMedia

    PowerPoint

      Web

        Other Media

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          Publications | Technical Reports

          Research Reports

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            Publications | Other

            Bulletins

              Newsletter

              • Yaugher, A., Arrington, R., Atisme, K., Keady, T., Voss, M., Savoie Roskos, M., (2019). Health Extension: Advocacy, Research, & Teaching (HEART) Monthly eNewsletter. Utah State University Extension HEART Initiative *

              Other

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                Extension

                Resilience Development, 2020 - Ongoing
                General Health & Wellness, 2018 - Ongoing
                HEART Coordinator, 2018 - Ongoing
                Opioid Epidemic, 2018 - Ongoing